Thursday, October 16, 2008

McCain: 'Let me just say categorically I'm proud of the people that come to our rallies'

Is this what you were talking about John?

“I’m afraid if he wins, the blacks will take over. He’s not a Christian! This is a Christian nation! What is our country gonna end up like?”

“When you got a nigra running for president, you need a first stringer. He’s definitely a second stringer.”

“He seems like a sheep - or a wolf in sheep’s clothing to be honest with you. And I believe Palin - she’s filled with the Holy Spirit, and I believe she’s gonna bring honesty and integrity to the White House.”

“He’s related to a known terrorist, for one.”

“He is friends with a terrorist of this country!”

“He must support terrorists! You know, uh, if it walks like a duck and quacks like a duck, it must be a duck. And that to me is Obama.”

“Just the whole, Muslim thing, and everything, and everybody’s still kinda - a lot of people have forgotten about 9/11, but… I dunno, it’s just kinda… a little unnerving.”

“Obama and his wife, I’m concerned that they could be anti-white. That he might hide that.”

“I don’t like the fact that he thinks us white people are trash… because we’re not!”
And just so we're clear - you did say you were "categorically" proud, right John?

Main Entry: cat·e·gor·i·cal
Pronunciation: \ˌka-tə-ˈgȯr-i-kəl, -ˈgär-\
Variant(s): also cat·e·gor·ic \-ik\
Function: adjective
Etymology: Late Latin categoricus, from Greek katēgorikos, from katēgoria
Date: 1588

1: absolute , unqualified
So, your pride in the people who come to your rallies is absolute and unqualified.

Got it.

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